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1930s morgan 3 wheeler NEW PURCHASE

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laverda168 Dustin S
Hoffman Estates, illinos, USA   USA
I am new to the group but wanted to get thoughts and suggestions on what to do with this Morgan style 3 wheel kart. Kart is way to small for me so I am extending rear to accommodate an adult frame and I will have to move steering column and a fabricate several new steel supports. I think this is a worth while project what do you all think

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gearguy Charles Schultz
Winfield, Illinois, USA   USA
Very cool kart! You are 10 miles from me. Good luck with the kart " What are the specs on your mini-Morgan?

laverda168 Dustin S
Hoffman Estates, illinos, USA   USA
Specs soon to come going to tear apart tomorrow and figure out whats really going on already started this evening got it running trans and drivetrain work so possibly will be driving by the weekend

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Woodysrods Brian Woods
Westbank B.C., Canada   CAN
Looks like great fun!
You guys are growing in numbers so fast, you will probably have an event to rival Tieton within a year???
Brian

Tom Knight Avatar
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA   USA
1911 CycleKart Racing "Yellow Peril"
Great project, lets see some pics of it naked, front engines kind a rare, hows it work......old dog

laverda168 Dustin S
Hoffman Estates, illinos, USA   USA
I will be uploading new images of frame and drivetrarin today after I start to disassemble

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